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the other main used tonight and President Trump says Iran appears to be standing down after it launched overnight more than 20 missiles at Iraqi bases where U.
S troops are stationed.
Donald Trump urged countries, including the UK, to send a clear and united message to Iran that its campaign of terror will no longer be tolerated.
The attack was ordered in response to the assassination of General Carson Sulamani by the U.
The ballistic missiles were launched from the western Common Sharp Province.
Al Asad Air Base in Iraq's Anbar province was hit 17 times, including by two missiles that failed to detonate, according to the Iraqi government.
A further five missiles were targeted at a base in Erbil.
Both the UK and American governments have said none of their citizens were killed or injured.
Will Our Middle East co editor, Jeremy Bone, is in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
Yeah, thanks very much, Sophie.
First of all, there have been some explosions in Baghdad in the last hour or so, not very far from here.
Some rockets to apparently fired towards the American Embassy fortress like structure.
No casualties there.
Far away in Washington, President Trump seems to believe that he has the Iranians in retreat.
That could be wishful thinking.
The first phase off Their reaction to the assassination may well now be over.
But you know, it's not the end of the story.
And what s'more The fundamentals of the conflict remain very toxic and very dangerous.
The Iranians kept their promise and may have bought some time.
Iran had to calibrate its missile launches enough to satisfy angry Iranians not enough to provoke a much more destructive American response.
They seem to have guessed right.
Iraqi soldiers shouted warnings to each other, share the huge final asset base in western Iraq with the Americans.
Afterwards, for the leaders came a chance to save, face, claim victory and step back.
For the moment, no Americans were harmed in last night's attack by the Iranian regime.
We suffered no casualties.
All of our soldiers air safe.
Iran appears to be standing down, which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world.
It look different in Iran.
A few in Tehran even got up early to celebrate revenge.
Here's Zachary Jsp University students.
I have a great feeling she said.
I hope revenge continues, and I hope to see Trump fails.
On later, the regime's faithful chanted Death to America as the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
I told them he hadn't finished yet.
Ali is silly.
The shabby knows official.
The issue of revenge is something else.
What happened last night was just a slap in the face for him.
The assassination promotes unity in a divided country, and now Iran has more time for its specialty, unconventional warfare, using proxies and allies here in Baghdad, the morning had nothing for Iraqis who want Iranians and Americans to leave them alone.
The batter Organization, a political party based on a pro Iranian militia, gathered to mourn the assassinations and condemned the US refusal to pull their troops out of Iraq.
They insist off the Represents in Iraq.
That means they forced everybody in Iraq, everybody in Iraq to go for resistant, for military resistant against them.
Do you think now that the Iranians have made this attack, that it's the end of this chapter?
They do more on the increase.
I think this is only I think it's a message, not more a message to the Americans saying domestic that we are serious.
This is a long term conflict, the biggest danger at the moment in the most unstable part of the world.
Without a political dialogue on some kind of deal, the slide towards war will continue generally.
Bowen BBC News Baghdad In his address this afternoon, Donald Trump said the US would impose additional sanctions on Iran.
Mr Trump has been a fierce critic of the 2015 deal aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear ambitions, and he pulled the US out of it today.
He urged Europe on the other signatories to the deal to follow his lead.
Our North America correspondent, Nick Bryant, reports from Washington from the president of the United States and almost celestial entrance, his military chief standing at his shoulder, a core belief of the Trump top print on his teleprompter.
As long as I'm president of the United States, Iran will never be allowed tohave a nuclear weapon.
Good morning, the flanked by his generals.
He's decided not to respond militarily to Iran's attacks.
He's opted for more economic sanctions against Tehran, a de escalation and there was a call to for America's European allies, including Britain, to finally abandon the Iranian nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration.
They must now break away from the remnants of the Iran deal or J C.
And we must all work together toward making a deal with Iran that makes the world a safer and more peaceful place.
Christmas 2000 and 18.
In a surprise visit from Donald Trump to the Al Asad air base in western Iraq, one of the targets for last night's Iranian attack, the Pentagon received what one official called multiple hours warning from satellites and communication intercepts.
Plenty of time for troops to take shelter in bunkers.
They're playing down reports of getting a tip off from the Iraqi government's on that Iran was deliberately trying to miss in the Oval Office 24 hours ago, the president was threatening strong U.
Military retaliation for any Iranian attack.
If Iran does anything that they shouldn't be doing, they're gonna be suffering the consequences and very strongly.
But in the White House situation room last night, facing perhaps his biggest test is commander in chief.
He opted for circumspection, omits public indications from Iranian officials.
They wanted to call it quits for now.
the Trump White has come present.
This is a foreign policy victory, dramatically weakening the Iranian regime by assassinating its second most powerful figure without embroiling U S forces in another protracted Middle East conflict.
This was very much teleprompter Trump today rather than Twitter Trump.
His remarks were very measured.
He didn't gloat.
He didn't mock around.
For what many people here regard is a fairly token ist IC response to the killing of General Soleimani.
Question is, will that restraint continue?
If, after this overt attack by Iran against America, it uses it proxy network and its militias to launch Mawr Kovar attacks against America and its allies in the region and beyond.
Nick Brown, Thank you.
The prime minister spoke to President Trump about the Iranian crisis this afternoon.
Boris Johnson warned Iran not to repeat the reckless and dangerous missile attacks on the air basis.
He also said General Soleimani had the blood of British troops on his hands, but called for urgent de escalation.
This report from our political editor, Laura Kuhns Berg, contains some flashing images.
Why did you know thinking about Rahm minutes?
Not the first day back at work, but the first glimpse of the prime minister this year.
Task to try and cool temperatures between the Middle East and the man in the White House thousands of miles away.
The solemn situation a contrast with Boris Johnson's conquest of the Commons.
We, of course, condemned the attack on Iraqi military bases hosting coalition forces.
Iran should not repeat these reckless and dangerous attacks, but was instead pursue urgent de escalation.
But the labour leader, still the dispatch box with a new one months away, claims that America's original act killing the Iranian general was against international law.
What evidence has the prime minister got to suggest that this attack on him on his death was not an illegal act by the United States?
Strict issue of legality is not for the UK to determine since it was not our operation.
But I think that most reasonable people would accept that the United States has a right to protect its bases on.
The prime minister attacked Mr Corbyn for not explicitly condemning Kasam Soleimani for his role in terror attacks.
That man had the blood of British troops on his hands.
Speaker, if we stand by international law, as I'm sure the government does.
Surely killing somebody in a foreign territory is an illegal act.
Ministers wanted to avoid any further conflict, but also there's a sense the government wanted to avoid getting tangled in the politics of all of this.
With the deeply unpredictable friend in the White House and someone certainty about higher, the prime minister wants to shape his relationships with the rest of the world.
That depends in part on you.
Guess it Brexit and the kind of long term relationship the prime minister agrees for after we leave with his new visitor today, use top official Boris Johnson must define the U.
K's links with its neighbors friends on hostile rivals abroad.
Lorcan Spark BBC News Westminster A Ukrainian passenger plane carrying 176 people, including three Britons, crashed shortly after takeoff in Iran this morning, just hours after the Iranian missile attacks.
There were no survivors.
The majority of passengers on the Boeing airliner were from Iran and Canada.
Several airlines have now said they will avoid Iranian airspace.
Here's our transport correspondent Tom Burridge.
Devastation minutes after take off My you have all they were later bodies of those on the Ukrainian Airlines flight were taken away.
There were no survivors.
Most of those killed were Iranian or Canadian.
British National Sands A K and Mohammad Reza Concordia's RD were on board.
So were side Thomas Sebby and his wife Nilla Far, who recently got married in Tehran tonight.
One report quoted a Canadian intelligence officials saying initial evidence suggested the plane was not brought down by a missile and may have suffered a technical malfunction.
Ukrainian Airlines said the airliner was only three years old and was service two days ago.
At an emotional press conference, the airlines technical director said the plane was one of their best.
The plane left the Iranian capital Tack Ron.
Early this morning.
It was bound for the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
Data published online shows The plane crashed minutes after takeoff.
The Boeing 737 steadily climbed some 4.5 1000 feet.
Takeoff initially appeared normal.
Then the plane suddenly disappears from radar that suggests there was a type of catastrophic incident.
There was an initial suggestion from a Ukrainian official oven engine failure, but if an engine fails, a Boeing 737 should be able to keep flying pilots trained regularly for that scenario, crucial to establishing the cause of this crash will be the aircraft's flight data and cockpit voice recorders.
The Iranian authorities have them.
Protocol dictates that they will lead this investigation.
It's claimed this video shows the plane.
If genuine, it seems to be on fire.
There's a flash before the impact.
If there's been an engine failure, is one of the two engines on board the airplane.
It would still be capable of climbing and therefore it be capable of returning to the airfield and, if necessary, abandoning the approach, climbing away again, coming right back around for a second approach.
Eso There should be no reason why the airplane fell out of the skies.
It did.
Airlines have rerouted flights away from Iranian and Iraqi air space following Iran's missile strikes on U.
S bases.
Because the plane was made by Boeing, the Americans should have a role in the investigation.
But the animosity between Washington and Tehran will make that hard.
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